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Get to know Lincoln Lewis

Lincoln Lewis is an environmental activist and the founder of Save Your Space, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting public land. He is passionate about preserving and protecting our natural resources for future generations to enjoy.

Born in London, England, Lincoln grew up with a strong connection to nature. From a young age, he was actively involved in local conservation efforts and eventually moved to Australia in his early twenties. This move opened his eyes to the fragility of our planet and he wanted to do something about it. He founded Save Your Space in 2015 with the mission of fighting for public spaces that would be free from development or destruction by corporations or governments.

Since its inception, Save Your Space has become a leader in the fight for endangered lands in Australia. The organization has provided legal advice to communities facing pressure from developers and is currently leading several campaigns against oil drilling off the coast of Queensland and urban sprawl in New South Wales. It’s also championed new legislation that ensures public access to beaches across the country.

In addition to running Save Your Space, Lincoln regularly speaks at universities, conferences, and other events around the world on topics such as climate change, renewable energy, and sustainable development practices. He also serves on various boards of directors related to sustainability initiatives.

Lincoln’s work has been recognized by organizations such as United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) as well as national media outlets like ABC News Australia and The Sydney Morning Herald. His dedication shines through every project he touches, inspiring many others around him who share his commitment to bettering our planet for future generations.

Lincoln’s passion for environmentalism has extended beyond Save Your Space and into other realms. He is highly active in sustainability projects around the world, ranging from helping set up solar panels in India to advocating for a ban on single-use plastics in his home country of Australia. He also works with large corporations and governments to create policies that reduce their carbon footprints.

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